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About Standard Chartered We are a leading international bank focused on helping people and companies prosper across Asia, Africa and the Middle East.
To us, good performance is about much more than turning a profit. It's about showing how you embody our valued behaviours - do the right thing, better together and never settle - as well as our brand promise, Here for good.
We're committed to promoting equality in the workplace and creating an inclusive and flexible culture - one where everyone can realise their full potential and make a positive contribution to our organisation. This in turn helps us to provide better support to our broad client base.
The Role Responsibilities
Awareness and understanding of the strategy of the Group and its subsidiaries and model appropriate to the role.
Awareness and understanding of the wider business, economic and market environment in which the Group and its subsidiaries operates.
The role is responsible for providing expertise on reward governance and remuneration regulation matters and managing the design and execution of relevant policies and processes.
Review and provide advice on proposed variable compensation plans and fixed pay components to ensure regulatory compliance.
Support the Head, Reward Governance in relation to preparation for Board and Group Committees, setting agendas, preparation & approval schedules, managing timelines and logistics, drafting papers, supporting the effective execution of the Remuneration Committee, Group Reward Plan Committee, Remuneration Adjustment Committee and any other committees as necessary.
Interpretation and application of the remuneration rules in respect of Material Risk Takers. Oversee the end to end Material Risk Taker identification processes, associated reward structures and governance processes.
Draft communication plans and templates related to Material Risk Taker status notification including those to impacted individuals, their people leaders and the HR teams responsible for the provisional identification during the hiring process.
Preparation of briefing materials for senior stakeholders including induction packs for new Remuneration Committee members and information on country remuneration trends for the Board's visits to specific markets.
Responsible for the effective communication of the Group's policies and processes through Group communication channels including the Bridge, SharePoint and AskHR, ensuring documentation such as terms of reference, policies and guidelines are kept up to date.
Support the Head, Reward Governance with ensuring that the Group's reward policies and processes are clearly defined with appropriate controls, approval levels and governance processes which are fit for purpose.
Develop and maintain Group-wide conformance testing / monitoring / reporting to provide assurance that Group-wide policies and processes are being followed in all businesses, functions and countries that the Group operates in.
Provide input into a regular review of the Group's arrangements to deliver effective governance, oversight and controls, and work to improve processes in these areas.
Maintain awareness and understanding of the remuneration regulatory framework in which the Group operates and the regulatory requirements / expectations that are relevant to the role.
Manage regulatory reporting in relation to the identification of Material Risk Takers.
Ensure matters are considered by the relevant committees in accordance with appropriate Group guidance and regulations. This includes coordinating input from the Control Functions on material risk, control and conduct matters.
Manage the design and maintenance of policies, procedures, guidelines, detailed operating instructions and communication templates and the associated governance related to the structure of variable compensation, including buyouts and guaranteed variable compensation.
Prepare guidance and briefings to ensure consistency in PRB Advisory interactions with country regulators and audits.
Monitor the Group's compliance with regulatory requirements and external reporting requirements. This may include:
Supporting the interpretation of new or updated regulation and identifying the implications for the Group;
Ensuring Performance, Reward and Benefits colleagues in Greater China & North Asia, ASEAN & South Asia, Africa & Middle East and Europe & Americas are familiar with the regulatory requirements that apply Group-wide and driving consistency on how subsidiaries manage compensation and regulatory reporting;
Ensuring compliance and attestation to internal regulatory reporting and oversight processes (including the Prudential Compliance Framework); and
The preparation of regulatory reporting data tables and other regulatory submissions.
Regulatory & Business Conduct
Display exemplary conduct and live by the Group's Values and Code of Conduct.
Take personal responsibility for embedding the highest standards of ethics, including regulatory and business conduct, across Standard Chartered Bank. This includes understanding and ensuring compliance with, in letter and spirit, all applicable laws, regulations, guidelines and the Group Code of Conduct.
Effectively and collaboratively identify, escalate, mitigate and resolve risk, conduct and compliance matters.
Global Head, Performance, Reward and Employee Relations
Compliance, Corporate Secretariat, Legal and Risk
Assist the Global Head, Performance, Reward and Employee Relations, the Head, Executive Compensation & Reward Governance with all aspects of reward as required.
Monitor market intelligence on competitor activity and industry best practice.
Perform other responsibilities assigned under Group, Country, Business or Functional policies and procedures.
Embed Group's purpose and valued behaviours within Group Human Resources.